Article's Author: Benjamin Roussey
Publish date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017
You will immediately notice the Vagabond Hotel, a resurrected 1950 motel, while cruising on Biscayne Boulevard situated on the upper east side of Miami.
The location is famous for newly resurrected old futuristic motels and hotels, but the charm of Vagabond is something different. A neon sigh will guide you in the right direction.
This is a two story blue and white motel that offers the visitors a drive-in dinner. You will immediately notice the walls that have been decorated with vintage hubcaps.
The whole place has a 50s automobile revolution feel to it. If you are a fan of fast cars, this is the place you want to be tonight.
Situated in the heart, the center of the MiMo district (pronounced My Mo), the hangout was a popular destination even back in the day. It was frequently visited by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Dean Martin. Needless to say, the food and service offered here is of top quality unlike America’s tax code but that is another topic!
The Vagabond consists of as many as 46 retro style luxurious rooms that feature bright orange and green neon lights, vintage 50s furniture, and good old country music. The food, needless to say, is worth every penny. Not a bad deal!